Dover will be aiming to beat Woking for the fifth consecutive National League game when we head to Surrey on Tuesday night.
Chris Kinnear’s side remained fifth on the National League ladder after beating Eastleigh 3-0 at Crabble on Saturday but the boss is not taking the impressive record against the Cards for granted – far from it.
He said: “It’s always difficult at Woking – it will be a hard game, there is no doubt about that.
“Gary Hill (Woking manager) has been in this game for a long time and he knows how to get results.
“They may not have enjoyed the best of times recently but they are a decent side with some very good players in it.
“You can rest assured that we are not taking anything for granted – we never do.”
WOKING’S RECENT FORM
The Cards are currently 20th on the National League ladder after losing 4-3 at Forest Green Rovers last Saturday.
Keanu Marsh-Brown put the hosts ahead in the 37th minute before Woking equalised through Joey Jones’ stunning long range effort.
Woking hit the lead through Gozie Ugwu before Christian Doidge replied for Forest Green.
22/11/16: Dover Athletic 3-1 Woking
5/3/16: Woking 0-1 Dover Athletic
25/9/15: Dover Athletic 2-0 Woking
6/4/15: Dover Athletic 2-1 Woking
25/8/14: Woking 6-1 Dover Athletic
Whites’ leading scorer in the National League this season is Ricky Miller with 30 following his hat-trick against Eastleigh at Crabble on Saturday..
Miller missed the clash with Woking earlier this season through suspension.
Former Woking loanee Ross Lafayette, who has scored 10 goals this season, scored twice in the 3-1 win that night
Moses Emmanuel scored the other goal and now has 11 league goals to his name.
Woking’s leading man with 12 goals is Gozie Ugwu.
DOVER TEAM NEWS
Eastleigh loanee Connor Essam is available again after not being able to play against his parent club last Saturday.
Midfielder Ricky Modeste is in doubt after he injured his knee in the first half against Eastleigh and was replaced by James Hurst at half-time.
Striker Tyrone Marsh (knee) is also still not available.
For Dover fans wanting to show their colours at Woking by wearing the matching shirts as the players, captain Jamie Grimes and his team-mates will be wearing their blue shirts.
The game starts at 7.45pm but if you are unable to make the trip, we will have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens!
TUESDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES
Bromley v Braintree Town
Dagenham & Redbridge v Maidstone United
Eastleigh v Aldershot Town
Guiseley AFC v Barrow
Lincoln City v York City
Solihull Moors v Boreham Wood
Tranmere Rovers v Forest Green Rovers
There will be a Supporters Club coach heading to Woking on Tuesday.
It leaves Crabble at 4.30pm and the cost is:
Adults Members £15, Adult Non Members £30 and accompanied child (under 16) £5.
Please call or text Andy Fisher on 0793 4300335 to book your seat.
Please note that you are now required to pay for your seat in advance in cash or by cheque or via bank transfer.
Visit http://www.dasc.co.uk/ for all the details.